Let's Talk About Sex

Cohen, Ilisa
August 2008
Working Mother;Aug/Sep2008, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p132
The article presents tips on how parents in the U.S. can educate their children about sex. Sharon Maxwell, author of "The Talk: What Your Kids Need to Hear from YOU About Sex," advises parents to address sexual topics in an age-appropriate way as they come up throughout your child's life. Parents should use age-by-age information as a guide to what the child should know.


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